Four of Seven Exercises to Achieve Mental Fitness
The people you hang out with have a direct impact on who you are. Your goal must be to surround yourself with people who make you feel good and encourage you to do better.
If you hang with people who winge and bitch statistics favor that most likely you will develop similar habits over time.
Dr. David McClelland from Harvard noted, your choice of a reference group would more than any other factor would determine what happens to you in life.
Often you don’t have a choice of up to 80% of your reference group, but you can but not always choose your social group.
- Your family is your first group, positive, and supportive parents generally lead positive and productive children.
- Study group, people with who you went to school and/or university.
- Workgroup, often the workplace can contain members from many groups. I hope there are at least some people with who you would be willing to share some of your social time!
- Social group, over time you develop a picture of you are. Now take the time to think about who you want to be. Does your social group reflect the same values, philosophies, attitudes, beliefs, and ideologies of who you want to be?
Tip: Your choice of a reference group would more than any other factor determine what happens to you in life.
What is mental fitness?
Mental fitness is defined as having an attitude of optimism, self-confidence, and good cheer that positively affects everything you do.
Like muscle building, you need to work every day until it becomes a natural part of your daily routine.
The Seven Mental Fitness Exercise
You might be wondering what has mental fitness got to do with Modafinil?
Because it’s quite common to get zoned in on the current task that we forget to hydrate which often leads to the Modafinil headache! “So Stay Hydrated.”
For the best results, we should use Modafinil as a tool, and practice the seven mental exercises to accelerate our progress.
- Positive self-talk,
- Positive Imaging,
- Positive Mental Food,
- Positive People,
- Positive Training and Development,
- Positive Health Habits,
- Positive Actions.